March 27, 2014

The Politics of China's Urbanization

Zachary Keck, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

Large-scale urbanization is an economic necessity for China, but a political risk for the Chinese Communist Party.

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March 23, 2014
China's Disastrous One-Child Policy
Alex B. Berezow, RealClearScience
Since 1979, China has engaged in a gigantic social experiment, the likes of which humanity has never seen. Stemming from fears of overpopulation and an inability to feed its own people, the communist Chinese government imposed a... more ››
March 24, 2014
Xinjiang's Cycle of Violence
Ananth Krishnan, The Hindu
The Kunmíng violence underscores the need for a more sensitive approach to the Uighur question in China. more ››
March 24, 2014
U.S. Interests Lie with Japan, Not China
John Makin, Nikkei Asian Review
The economic and geopolitical interests of the U.S. are far better aligned with Japan's goals than with China's. Now Japan is at an important turning point, and Washington needs to take notice. more ››
March 23, 2014
12 Chinese Travel Tips for Visiting America
Therese Oneill, Mental Floss
China does a lot of business and trade with the United States, and so there are many websites devoted to helping business people navigate American peculiarities. Using Google to translate advice written in “simplified... more ››
March 23, 2014
Could MH370 Damage China-Malaysia Ties?
Shannon Tiezzi, Diplomat
Frustrations in China towards Malaysia’s handling of the search and rescue mission could spill over to affect ties. more ››